But Ngige who spoke with ThisDay in Awka, the Anambra State capital, last night, said the President Muhammadu Buhari administration had already begun the restructuring process with the nation’s economy which impact may not be immediately felt but will definitely in the long run take Nigeria to the desired Eldorado.
“After economic restructuring to reposition the economy of this country, the Buhari administration will embark on the political restructuring and will set the modalities for the exercise,” he said.
But he didn’t say if the envisaged restructuring of the polity would be anchored on the famed 2014 constitutional conference report hailed by Nigerians as a watershed in the country’s quest for unity, development, political and economic stability of the country.
“When we get to that, we shall address the issues,” he said, and beckoned on separatists and agitators as well as militants blowing up oil installations to sheath their swords and embrace dialogue with the government and rally round the Buhari administration with a view to ensuring that it meets its set goals for the development and transformation of every section of the country.
“Militancy and agitation are not the answer to the resolution of myriads of problems which the present administration didn’t create in the first place.
“What is required is for all hands to be on deck and support this administration to meet its set goals for the development and transformation of all sections of the country,” he said.